- Partner, Medical Negligence

Lisa Swales - Medical Negligence Solicitor - Leeds
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Based in: Leeds

Expertise:

Medical Negligence claims including dental negligence cases and a strong interest in cases relating to birth injuries eg Erbs' Palsy and Hip Dysplacia

Career:

Lisa joined Simpson Millar LLP upon qualifying as a solicitor in November 2007 after completing her training under Neil Fearn, head of the medical negligence team at the firm. She was promoted in July 2012 to an Associate and became a Partner in May 2015.

Lisa has experience in a wide range of both medical and dental negligence claims and particularly enjoys assisting parents in claims on behalf of children including Erbs' Palsy and Hip Dysplacia claims.

Quoted in Chambers and Partners 2017 as follows: New partner Lisa Swales has recent experience in child brain injury cases. "She always responds to my e-mails and phone calls within a matter of hours," says one client, while commentators say that she "fights for her client, is sensible and is on top of cases."

Lisa is recommended in the Legal 500 United Kingdom 2016 edition. The ‘very hardworking’ Lisa Swales was promoted to partner in 2015.

Memberships:

Accredited member of the Law Society's Clinical Negligence Panel.

Interests:

Lisa enjoys going to the gym and swimming, spending time with family and socialising with friends.

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Reviews:

It’s been an absolute pleasure doing business with you and the memories of all the ups and downs and the result we finally got will stay with me for a very, very long time.


I have to say that I have been very impressed with your efforts to obtain a satisfactory outcome to my claim and you (Lisa Swales) are a credit to Simpson Millar Solicitors.


I would just like to say a huge thank you to you (Lisa Swales) and all of the Medical Negligence team who have helped us with this case. We could not have done it without you all


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